I. A Defence of the Divinity of Christ, and the Immortality of the Soul: in answer to the author of a work, lately published in Cork, entitled, "Thoughts on Nature and Religion." Revised and corrected.--II. Loyalty asserted: or, a Vindication of the Oath of Allegiance; with an impartial enquiry into the Pope's temporal power, and the present claims of the Stuarts to the English throne: proving that both are equally groundless.--III. An Address to the common People of Ireland, on occasion of an apprehended invasion by the French and Spaniards, in July, 1779, when the united fleets of Bourbon appeared in the Channel.--IV. Remarks on a letter written by Mr. Wesley, and a Defence of the Protestant Association.--V. Essay on Toleration: tending to prove that a man's speculative opinions ought not to deprive him of the right of civil society
Evidence reported by Steven F Radzikowski for item miscellaneoustra00olea on June 24, 2008: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1821.